- Sep 12, 2011
what does that mean? that's not good right? where does one go from here? car no start
no no nevermind, I was checking the wrong thing...
no actually I just checked it and I am not getting voltage to the wire harness for the coolant temp sensor. so...
yeah, I checked it disconnected. how else would you be able to test the voltage at the harness? well, the resistance is within spec... start then stall, now just no start, or start for a moment then die. code 23(CAS), which I addressed in another thread, but others suggested checking the coolant temp sensor so I thought is check that and other things first but you think I should just swap out the CAS? I tested the voltage on that harness and it was good, so as Haynes suggested after that replace the CAS -for code 23
I wouldn't say it's too rare, both of my last two DSM's were hit with the coolant temp sensor no start. At $20 it's definitely something to cross of the list. I was about to go to CAS replacements all 3 times it happened. Just saying.